Not exactly news that makes for the happiest of honeymoons.
Two days after closing for the season, a Fairfield, Idaho, area ski lodge co-owned by newlywed Bruce Willis' Valley Entertainment Group was destroyed in a fire early Monday morning, according to the Idaho Mountain Express.
Some employees were in the area but no one was injured in the blaze, which broke out at around 7:30 a.m. and had laid waste to the lodge and adjacent ski rental building by 11:15 a.m., according to Soldier Mountain Ski Resort manager Larry Davenport. The fire was said to have started near a fireplace in the north end of the lodge, but the official cause has not been determined.
Willis, who has a home in the nearby Wood River Valley city of Hailey, had reportedly been looking into expanding the resort—which would have entailed tearing down the main lodge.